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Dave Sherman Talks Possible Spirit Caravan Reunion In Metal Kaoz Interview

Metal Kaoz recently conducted an interview with Dave Sherman (ex-Spirit Caravan, Earthride) who talked about his new band, Weed is Weed, and the group's future touring plans. Dave also revealed that there is a talk with Scott "Wino" Weinrich about an upcoming Spirit Caravan reunion. An excerpt follows:

Metal Kaoz: I know WEED IS WEED has played several Maryland based shows over the years, but now with a properly released full length album on the horizon, are there any plans to take the band on the road in 2013 for an extended period of time?

Yes! We want to tour as much as we can for this record to get the name out there, so we are booking as many shows as we can for 2013.

Metal Koaz: Sherm, you've been a fixture in the Maryland/DC Doom scene from the start, and have shared the stage with everyone from Wino and Hank III to SOURVEIN and just recently CLUTCH. Have you ever given any thought to doing a solo record? I can't even begin to imagine the all-star lineup you could assemble!

A: I was thinking of doing a PROBOT-type album with me lending voice to bands like PALE DIVINE and IRON MAN, just to name a few. But for right now, WEED IS WEED is my main focus.

Metal Kaoz: A few years back, it was announced that there would be a SPIRIT CARAVAN reunion. However, this has yet to come to fruition. Are there still plans for a reunion, or has it been shelved indefinitely?

Wino and I have been talking about it for sure, but he's pretty busy. Maybe by the end of the year - we will see. But there is talk about it, so that's good.

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